At some point, we have to accept responsibility and stop blaming others in times of adversity. At some point, we have to do our part and give joy to others’ heart. At some point, we have to choose the life we want to live, open our minds, and learn how to forgive. … Continue reading At Some Point…
Hi guys! Due to the number of medical students messaging, tweeting, and emailing me and asking for advice on how to juggle life in medical school, I will be making myself available through email@example.com. For those looking for practical advices (especially current and future medical students), feel free to email me and we will do … Continue reading e-Mentoring Sessions!
When my aunt first told me that we were going to Yosemite, I had no idea what it was but I know that it should be something great since it's the name of the latest Apple iOS update for Mac. I got more excited when I learned that it was one of United States' National … Continue reading Yosemite – One of God’s Cathedrals on Earth
So recently I've had the wonderful opportunity to visit my Aunt at Fresno, California. I knew during my childhood days that the eldest sister of my father was a doctor, but I never really got to know her better until today. She graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Medicine Class of 1969, did … Continue reading My Aunt’s Advice to Young Physicians (And to the Young-At-Heart too)